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Sep 28, 2012 1:00pm PDT
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Oct 2, 2012 1:00pm PDT
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Sep 25, 2012 1:00pm PDT
the two of them together on the stage, there's more energy coming out of that microphone than we typically see when they're going at it solo. so we'll expect to see them get together between now and november 6th. right now the plan, of course, is to continue this bus tour through ohio. flying solo tomorrow will be governor romney up into the northeast part of the state. >> but, ron, even as i was watching those pictures, i mean, mr. romney looked disheveled and his running mate looked as though he'd rather be working out than stuck on the middle of that strip talking to this small group of people. >> reporter: just went to an outdoor store to buy his daughter some gear for hunting season, paul ryan that is. maybe that explained his look. i will tell you that as this race heats up, it is fall in this part of ohio and dayton today. it's very chilly. probably 50, high 50s and a little wind. we had rain earlier. it's not the most sunshiny look for a rally, especially an outdoor rally, but there was some energy here, martin, to be sure. >> nbc's ron mott. off you go and catch the plane. thanks
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